• Scary Little Girls have drilled into the more seedy side of Dickens’ work through music, farcical reenactments and even a pinch of rapping, I kid you not.  Their passion for the material and ability to sculpt the show according to the audience’s reactions was a welcome relief… a thigh-slapping hoot!

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Much ado about Kernow!

November 12th, 2013

Join quiz mistress and pub landlady Pat Pinch and her lively bar girl Liberty Belle as they take over the London Inn and the Stithians Centre with live music, prizes, audience participation and, of course, a few drinks! Test your team with rounds such as: How local are you?  So down with your town you can almost […]

The Telegraph & The Lady

November 7th, 2013

Two articles about Scary Little Girls have appeared in the national press this month, each highlighting a completely different aspect of SLG and the work we all do. Feminism In London workshop picked up by The Telegraph Written by SLG founder Rebecca Mordan and delivered by SLG mainstay and collaborator Naomi Paxton, we hoped that […]